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The Cambodian genocide in the most interesting way as a contribution to our cultural complex project

Dear Robin, For some reason, I belatedly saw your plea for a multi-disciplinary approach to just about everything and that our use of history, etc is somehow in the tradition of Jung “poaching” on other disciplines. I love an interdisciplinary approach, but our particular goal perspective is how these insights from other disciplines might contribute to how...

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